- Carter casts doubt on military partnership with Russia
WASHINGTON (AP) — Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Monday cast doubt on prospects for a military partnership with Russia to combat the Islamic State inside Syria.
- Dems' opening night: Party stars, struggle to quiet disputes
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Former rivals Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders urgently joined forces Monday to tamp down dissent among his supporters, as Democrats tried to keep infighting from overtaking a convention opening night featuring some of the party's biggest stars.
- The Latest: Delegate wouldn't vote Clinton for dog catcher
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Latest on the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia (all times EDT):
- Trump's new derisive nickname for Clinton _ 'Rotten'
ROANOKE, Va. (AP) — Donald Trump has a new, derisive nickname for his Democratic rival: Hillary "Rotten" Clinton.
- At Dem convention, Obama seeks to counter GOP doom-and-gloom
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — And then the skies cleared and the sun shone. Or so it may seem this week, as Democrats stage a convention aimed squarely at countering the dark-and-stormy vision presented by Republicans.
- Democratic emails: All about the hack, the leak, the discord
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — First came the hack, then the leak. Now, the Clinton and Trump campaigns are fighting over Russia's role in the release of thousands of internal Democratic National Committee emails.
- AP EXPLAINS: Why Sanders is focused on 'lame duck' Congress
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Timing is everything.
- Never naming names, Clinton slams Trump's foreign policy
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) â Hillary Clinton offered a scathing critique of Donald Trump's foreign policy on Monday, casting her Republican presidential rival as disrespectful of America's role in the world and too reckless to serve as the country's commander in chief.
- Die-hard Sanders' backers divided on backing Clinton
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Bernie Sanders tried to calm tensions among his delegates Monday at the Democratic National Convention but some weren't in a listening mood, seething over a lengthy primary campaign and a damaging email disclosure.
- Heckled offstage, Wasserman Schultz now seeks re-election
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The furor over leaked emails not only got U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz heckled out of her speaking role Monday at the Democratic National Convention; it's also providing fodder for her congressional primary opponent.
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